BEAR group | Week 3 Cluster Conversation

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Welcome to this week's cluster conversation! Not sure what cluster your school is in? Check here.

How could where someone lives affect their opinion about “building back greener”?

Top tips:

  • To help, you should think about the answers to these questions: can you see the effects of climate change where you live? How?
  • We want to hear about your experience where you live. The best comments will answer the question and explain why your experiences have led to your opinion.
  • A cluster conversation is small group of 30 schools that you will get to know really well. Try to reply to other people, ask questions about their answers and learn more about what life is like where they live.
  • A new cluster conversation question will be posted every Monday.
  • You can use this to help start your answer, "People's opinion about "building back greener" could be affected by where they live because... Where I live..."

Comments (10)

  • global-conversation.png polite_cello | Dinajpur High School | Bangladesh
    04 May 2021

    I think the most important way to '' Build backe Green " in our country in tree planting.

    I live in Bangladesh. Air pollution and environmental pollution are very high in our country. And the reason for this is various factories and old vehicles emitting black smoke.

    I think planting trees will play a very important role in reducing environmental pollution and getting green again.
    And at the same time we should think about reducing the pollution in the factories.

    And maybe that's how we'll get back to the green.

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    1. Alice.jpg EXPERT: Alice Raine, Senior Associate @ Clifford Chance
      polite_cello's comment 05 May 2021

      Hi Polite_Cello - thanks for telling us about the pollution issues in Bangladesh. Do you think experiencing this pollution impacts how the people of Bangladesh react to climate change issues?

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  • global-conversation.png hardworking_orange | Dinajpur High School | Bangladesh
    05 May 2021

    In my opinion we know that the main cause of climate change is greenhouse gases. Generally greenhouse gases are produced in the daily life of the people due to various reasons including cutting down trees and usaing huge amount of industry. And these are the reason

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  • global-conversation.png hardworking_orange | Dinajpur High School | Bangladesh
    05 May 2021

    Why our climate changes. At present, due the pandemic called covid-19, human activities have been stopped for a long time. And for all this, various bad effects including greenhouse gases are reduced.

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  • global-conversation.png hardworking_orange | Dinajpur High School | Bangladesh
    05 May 2021

    The use of coal, oil, natural gas should be deduced and used in solar energy. Due to all these,the cutting industry will not need to use more. As a result, there will be an increase in greenhouse gases. As a result , climate change will not have a nagative Impact on green reforestation. In my opinion the prime minister of every country should encourage the people of their country to grow green. And in the midst of this, some new laws were issued. Example some of governments fixed money is in the scoffers. Or the people of the country can be informed about the benefits of increasing grernery through training,etc. The people of each country can be informed then the green increase may be influenced by Public opinion.!!!

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  • Alice.jpg EXPERT: Alice Raine, Senior Associate @ Clifford Chance
    05 May 2021

    Hi Hardworking_Orange - you mention that the environmental policy of a country can be influenced by public opinion. Do you think that government policy in Bangladesh reflects public opinion?

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  • global-conversation.png quiet_queen | Dinajpur High School | Bangladesh
    06 May 2021

    According to my opinion aclear goal underpins the Bangladesh his clean energy transition by:2030, every home in the Bangladesh will be powered by renewable energy sources. Renewable energy is not only key to building Bangladesh back greener, but a crucial component of a more sustainable future for our plants. This has a nagative impact on both the environment and the people. Although some people may not be able to for are not comfortable with chainging to suit the environment, they can do simple stuff like gardening or raising awarness about climate change. Their air is cleaner than in most places and there less litter. The people of each country can be informed than the green increase may be influenced by public opinion!!!!!! """

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  • The Sherwood School skillful_trombone | The Sherwood School
    06 May 2021

    I live in mitcham and the pollution here is unbearable,there is lots of litter everywhere and cars race around my area leaving me coughing.There is also an incinerator near my house which is billowing a lot of smoke.There is also lots of people smoking which is making the air thick and stifling.

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  • The Sherwood School busy_penguin | The Sherwood School
    06 May 2021

    I used to live in Cuba and there wasn't that much pollution, compared to where I live now there is a lot of smoke and plastics in the sea.

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  • global-conversation.png imaginative_currant | Dinajpur High School | Bangladesh
    06 May 2021

    Almost all the people of Bangladesh have been victims of natural disasters at some point in their lives. And disasters change people's normal lives, which in most cases become a source of suffering for people. In 2009-14, about 42% of the people in the country were injured due to floods and 8% due to water-logging. If you live in a place where everyone's lives are affected by floods every year, it is normal to be annoyed and angry.
    In areas or countries where there are no problems related to floods or water-logging, people do not have to worry about this disaster. This doesn't mean that there are no other problems in those areas. Their headaches are with all the problems they face. People who are constantly facing floods or water-logging are always worried about floods or water-logging.
    So it is true that, due to climate change, public opinion may naturally be affected by where they live.

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